Lighthouse and Lookouts

Milford, Ontario

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No matter where you ride in Prince Edward County, your excursion is bound to be satisfying. Starting in the hamlet of Milford, you quickly leave its many enticing boutiques behind and ride past the Mariners’ Memorial Museum. The highlight of this trip, which ends at the Point Traverse Lighthouse, is a stop at Little Bluffs Lookout. Here you will be rewarded with an inspiring view of Prince Edward Bay and the hamlet of Waupoos. Local Highlights include: Macaulay Heritage Park, Mariners’ Park Museum, Prince Edward County Courthouse, Rose House Museum & North Marysburgh Museum, Sandbanks Provincial Park, Lake on the Mountain, Exotarium, Regent Theatre, Black River Cheese Company,Hicks General Store, Scott’s Mills Conservation Area, bird-watching at Pt. Traverse, Quinte Educational Museum artifacts and maps of Prince Edward County that date back to the early 1800s. Surface: Asphalt, several kilometres of loose gravel. Recommended Bicycles: Mountain/Hybrid.
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by John Lynes (Ulysses Travel Guides)

No matter where you ride in Prince Edward County, your excursion is bound to be satisfying. Starting in the hamlet of Milford, you quickly leave its many enticing boutiques behind and ride past the Mariners’ Memorial Museum. The highlight of this trip, which ends at the Point Traverse Lighthouse, is a stop at Little Bluffs Lookout. Here you will be rewarded with an inspiring view of Prince Edward Bay and the hamlet of Waupoos.

Local Highlights include: Macaulay Heritage Park, Mariners’ Park Museum, Prince Edward County Courthouse, Rose House Museum & North Marysburgh Museum, Sandbanks Provincial Park, Lake on the Mountain, Exotarium, Regent Theatre, Black River Cheese Company,Hicks General Store, Scott’s Mills Conservation Area, bird-watching at Pt. Traverse, Quinte Educational Museum artifacts and maps of Prince Edward County that date back to the early 1800s. Surface: Asphalt, several kilometres of loose gravel. Recommended Bicycles: Mountain/Hybrid.

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Activity Type: Road Biking
Nearby City: Milford
Distance: 24.7
Trail Type: Shuttle
Skill Level: Easy to Moderate
Season: Mid-May to October
Driving Directions: Directions to Lighthouse and Lookouts

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